Advance ticket price till 11 May 2017
One and a half years after his packed house premiere concert in Budapest one of the greatest singers-songwriters of Norway Thomas Dybdahl returns to play the terrace of the A38 Ship. The fragile, impersonal chamber-pop of this Grammy-nominee artist will be presented by the songs of his latest album titled The Great Plains.
“Mr. Dybdahl sings in a breathy baritone and a soft but penetrating falsetto — Bon Iver obsessives, take note… “
- The New York Times
“…his craftsmanship is exhilarating to behold.”
- Paste Magazine
Multi-award-winning Thomas Dybdahl is one of the most talented singer-songwriters to emerge from the Norwegian music scene in recent years and is now preparing to embark on an extensive “Europe and Beyond” solo tour in preparation for the release of an EP of brand new material in early 2016. The tour gives Thomas’s fans a unique opportunity to see him play solo in intimate settings and the concerts will feature new material from his forthcoming EP as well as much loved songs from his extensive back catalogue. The tour will see Thomas visiting cities that have become old friends over his career as well as new countries where fans have been patiently waiting to see him live.
Commencing in Moscow on the 10TH September, Thomas will also travel to Luxembourg, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, The Czech Republic, Germany, Belgium, Holland, France, England, Sweden and Turkey.
Not simply another man with a guitar, Dybdahl distinguishes himself with fire and finesse and Larry Klein spotted this instantly, signing him after hearing just one track, and working closely with him on his most recent studio album “What’s Left is Forever”
Dybdahl’s songs, for which he has received steady acclaim internationally and won two Norwegian Grammys, linger with a suppressed intensity and lend themselves perfectly to the solo approach.